The World Baseball Classic is set to begin.
The Classic was originally scheduled for 2021, as it is typically played every four years.
However, the COVID-19 pandemic pushed it back.
But at long last, this legendary MLB-hosted event will make its return after a six-year hiatus.
Back in 2017, Team USA emerged victorious.
With the Classic set to get underway on Tuesday, the official account for the WBC tweeted a portion of the schedule.
The screenshots in the tweets below feature the schedules for the group round, with the second tweet showing Pools C and D.
— World Baseball Classic (@WBCBaseball) March 7, 2023
Pool C will play in the Greater Phoenix area and will feature teams such as Team Canada, Team USA, Team Colombia, Team Great Britain, and Team Mexico.
Pool D will play in the Greater Miami area and will feature teams such as the Dominican Republic, Team Israel, Team Puerto Rico, Team Nicaragua, and Team Venezuela.
For both pools, two games will be played on each day.
On March 11, Team Colombia will match up against Team Mexico while Great Britain matches up against Team USA.
Pool C will conclude on March 15 with Mexico facing off against Canada and Team USA facing Colombia.
Pool D will kick off with Nicaragua facing Puerto Rico and Venezuela facing the Dominican Republic on March 11.
Four days later, Pool D will conclude its schedule with a matchup between Venezuela and Israel, as well as one between the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico.NEXT: Photo Shows An MLB Legend Ready To Help Team USA